Dean’s Advisory Board Welcomes New Members at Fall Meeting

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  • Randy Holmes '70 and Andrew Tauber '90 join the board

  • Six members re-elected to another term

The Dean’s Advisory Board elected two financial services professionals to join its ranks: Randy Holmes ’70, retired vice president, Prudential Financial, and Andrew Tauber ’90, senior vice president, corporate development, Firstrust Bank.

Six current members were elected to serve for another term: Dominic J. Caruso ’80, vice president, finance and chief financial officer, Johnson & Johnson, Maria Mascioli Charlton MBA ’82, chief financial officer, Edmar Abrasive Company, Kathleen Chimicles ’83, president and chief executive officer, GlenDevon Group, Inc., M. David Kornblatt ’83, director of corporate development, Triumph Group, Robert M. Salvucci ’68, past president and chief executive officer, MCA Solutions, and Tom W. Vines, former vice president of business and technical leadership, human resources, IBM.

“I am pleased to welcome Randy and Andrew to the advisory board,” Dean Frank Linnehan announced. “Their experience and expertise in financial services will help us in developing our curriculum and programming to prepare our students for careers.”

The Dean’s Advisory Board is composed of 35 business leaders from a variety of industries who provide guidance and advice on the College’s direction and strategic initiatives.


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